In 1955, another country torn between Russia and the West managed to achieve independence. Austria's example deserves closer examination.
An allegedly illiberal idea—and its liberal father.
With the EU weakening, Budapest turns to a more balanced approach.
Japan's leader can't successfully imitate the German chancellor's famous gesture of atonement.
Obama should have been firmer on the necessity of digital surveillance.
Israel tries to make it a crime to call someone a Nazi.
Germany has grown more important—and publics have been more attuned to national, not collective, interests.
Humiliating a nation can be dangerous—yet that is what some now want to do to Iran.
Once more, they're leaping at the opportunity to be the objects, rather than the subjects, of history.
Conventional threats are coming back in Europe.
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